Keith David Reeves

Keith David Reeves is an educator, musician, and writer. He is the author of Insurrection: A Teacher Revolution in Defense of Children, a work on educational philosophy and pedagogy, proposing a revolutionizing of the American public school, and co-author of Paperless Research Writing: Effective Digital Scaffolding for Academic Writing using the Moulen-Reeves Model. A native of Syracuse, New York, he has taught every grade level, K through 12, in underprivileged and affluent schools in both rural and urban settings, as well as educational methods at the university level. He was a middle school and high school band director, and now serves as educational technology coordinator at Yorktown High School in Arlington, Virginia.

An unapologetic advocate for children and genuine pedagogy, he vocally supports a revolution to put authentic student learning first in the public schools through applied, skills-based teaching with technology-integrated, student-centered curricula for individual comprehension and relevance. He is an ardent and active opponent of the use of inaccurate, irrelevant standardized tests.

As an educational technologist, he is the coauthor of the Moulen-Reeves Paperless Research Paper Model and has a passion for gaming, gamification, simulation, and virtual environments for teaching, learning, and living. Mr. Reeves was the first Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer in Virginia, and currently serves as a Director At-Large and Secretary for the Virginia Society for Technology in Education. He was also one of the co-inventors of a comprehensive all-device-and-platform educational technology evaluation rubric that formed the basis of

Mr. Reeves resides in Arlington, Virginia.